Sorting The Untamed

June 14, 2020 01:04:22
Sorting The Untamed
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Sorting The Untamed
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Show Notes

Trans rights are human rights. Just FYI. 

This episode, with guest Jules Lomax, we sort tv drama The Untamed, with some nods to its source novel. A world of swords, necromancy, love, and betrayal, it's also a world with a hell of a lot of Slytherins. 

Read the details of our sorting system or take our interactive quiz at sortinghatchats.wordpress.com. 

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